Cotton printing by discharge and resist style:
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Discharge style printing:
In this style, reactive dye discharges the dye from the dyed fabric according to the specific design to create a printing effect on the fabric, which is done by using a reducing agent. Some Procion dyes can be discharged to create a white (white discharge) printing effect. https://bdfabric.com/cotton-printing-by-procion-m-class-dye/
Formosol G → 150 grams
Gum Tregakanth paste → 625 grams
Sodium carbonate → 25 grams
Solution Salt BN → 50 grams
Liquetrop W → 50 grams
Zinc oxide → 100 grams
Total → 1000 grams print paste
The reactive dyed fabric is printed by the mentioned printing paste. Then steaming is done at 100°C – 102°C for 5 minutes. The cloth is then treated with a soap boiling solution, washed thoroughly, and dried. It whitens the fabric from the printing area and reactive dyes fix the other place.
Resist style printing:
Cotton printing by discharge and resist style. The multicolor resist effect on the fabric can be created very well by the Procion ‘H’ dye. This is why aniline black with extraordinary brightness is used. However, this method must be done very carefully.
Procion H dye → 50 grams
Urea → 100 grams
Water → 250 grams
Sodium alginate → 450 grams
Resist salt L → 10 grams
Sodium carbonate → 40 grams
Zinc oxide (50% paste) → 100 grams
Total → 1000 grams printing paste
The cotton cloth is dried after printing by the mentioned printing paste and steamed for 5 minutes at a temperature of 100°C – 102°C. The fabric is then nip-padded with aniline black liqueur.